Hiroki Nakamura’s visvim has drawn heavily from utilitywear since the early days, using premium materials and refined details in the process. And the same continues this season, too, as this camo-patterned jacket shows. It’s cut from a nylon and cotton blend and padded with down for warmth, then detailed with a belt closure to nod to classic Japanese styling.
This product has undergone a garment dyeing process. Any uneven colour of the surface is a distinctive feature of the wash.